Eastern Bluebird in Winter

Eastern bluebird perched on a snowy branch.
Eastern bluebird perched on a snowy branch. Photo by Misty Ladd on Unsplash

Appearance: 7″ long, royal blue, orange throat & breast, white belly & undertail. Female is similar but more muted colors

Winter Diet: Small fruit left on the branches of trees, shrubs, and vines.

Winter Feeder food: Suet, sunflower seeds, dried fruit.

Winter Habitat: Eastern bluebirds spend all four seasons in their year-round range which includes the eastern half of the US, the far southern part of Ontario, and Mexico. In winter, some will expand further south and west into Colorado, New Mexico, and Texas. They prefer wide-open spaces, fields, & meadows, and will roost in tree cavities or manmade birdhouses to stay warm.

Range Map

US map showing the migration range of the eastern bluebird
Map depicting where Eastern bluebirds can be found throughout the year. Compliments of Cornell University.

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